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    Unhappy Thicker display of lines when drawn one over the other

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    Hello, since i've updated to autocad LT 2017, when i have two lines drawn one over the other, they look thicker.

    I would like to deactivate this because it's not functionnal (i always think my lines are not at the same position) and it is visualy disturbing for me.

    Do you know how ?

    I'm not sure but it may be a reason why my autocad is really slower than my previous versions. I tried several things that usually did resolves the speed of autocad but nothing worked up to now.

    Thanks

    Corvuso

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    Ok i found the problem...

    in the graphicsconfig i unchecked smooth lines display ...

    Thanks

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